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Mobile cloud computing is an integrated form of mobile computing and cloud computing has become industry buzzword and a major research issue in the industry. In recent year mobile ...
Over the past few years, the cloud market has grown by leaps and bounds while becoming an integral part of IT operations. Cloud computing is a great way for businesses of all sizes...
Cloud computing approach has revolutionized the way the users access different computing resources over the Internet cloud computing model has different characteristic features lik...
Now-a-days, cloud computing becomes the most powerful tool to deliver data over the internet. Just by using web based tools data can be accessed anywhere, any time. But because of ...
Cloud computing is the next killer of technology where people share pool of resources at same time. Hence, such evolution of technology has changed IT infrastructure. This has led ...
Cloud computing has grabbed the spotlight within some time span. The cloud computing trend is increasing rapidly so to implement it into an organization the authors need to observe...
Mobile devices (e.g., smartphone, tablet etc.) are increasingly becoming an essential part of human life as the most effective and convenient communication tools not bounded by tim...
In this paper, an introspective overview is made on the design aspects of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud system by improving infrastructure utilization integrating different le...
Vendor lock-in is a big issue when you're managing an application lifecycle across more than one cloud provider. An OASIS specification solves this problem.
Cloud computing is still an emerging technology. It is a style of computing where massively scalable IT-enabled capabilities are delivered 'As a service' to external customers usin...